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Feasibility Report - Appendix D - Engineering

Hydrodynamic Modeling Analyses of Existing Conditions - Phase 1

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Chapter 3 Figures
Chapter 5 Figures
Chapter 6 Figures
Chapter 7 Figures
Chapter 8 Figures
Chapter 9 Figures

    Chapter 3 Figures

    • Figure 3-1: San Francisco Bay Tidal Marsh Extents Past and Present (367 k)
    • Figure 3-2: Project Study Site (1.3 MB)
    • Figure 3-3: Photographic Images of Pond 7 (898 k)
    • Figure 3-4: Color Aerial Photographic Mosaic with Historic Slough Channel Mapping from 1849 T-sheets (156 k)
    • Figure 3-5: Images from the Napa-Sonoma Salt Ponds (162 k)
    • Figure 3-6: Salinity Ranges and Pond Elevations (545 k)

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    Chapter 5 Figures

    • Figures 5-1 to 5-10 (1 MB)
      • Figure 5-1: UC Davis / USGS Data Monitoring Sites
      • Figure 5-2: Surveyed Cross-Sections, Marsh and Pond Transects
      • Figure 5-3: Sample UC Davis Data
      • Figure 5-4: Sonoma Creek at Agua Caliente Hydrograph (1976-1981)
      • Figure 5-5: Napa River near Napa Hydrograph (1975-1981)
      • Figure 5-6: Hydrograph Estimation: Sonoma Creek at Agua Caliente (1997-1998)
      • Figure 5-7: Hydrograph Estimation: Sonoma Creek at Highway 12/121 Bridge (1997-1998)
      • Figure 5-8: Evaporation, daily totals, zero salinity 1993-2001
      • Figure 5-9: Evaporation , monthly averages averaged over 1993-2001
      • Figure 5-10: Comparison of Evaporation from CIMIS and Cargill, monthly averages for 1993-2001
    • Figures 5-11 to 5-19 (709 k)
      • Figure 5-11: Precipitation (CMIS), daily 1993-2001
      • Figure 5-12: Comparison of CIMIS and Cargill, monthly averages of Precipitation for 1993-2001
      • Figure 5-13: Comparison between observed precipitation records (Cargill) and computed precipitation (CMIS) 1993-1999
      • Figure 5-14: Wind speed, daily average 1993-2001
      • Figure 5-15: Diurnal Wind Speed over a 48-Hour Period, April 1997
      • Figure 5-16: Wind speed, monthly averages averaged over 1993-2001
      • Figure 5-17: Wind Rose 1998
      • Figure 5-18: Wind Rose 1999
      • Figure 5-19: Wind Rose 2000

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    Chapter 6 Figures

    • Figure 6-1: Examples of the Channel and Structure Representation by MIKE 11 (3.5 MB)
    • Figure 6-2: Channel Schematizatoin of MIKE 11 Model (1.7 MB)
    • Figure 6-3: Water Control Structures Pond 1 to Pond 2 (1.0 MB)
    • Figure 6-4: Water Control Structures Pond 1 and Ponds2 (2.6 MB)
    • Figure 6-5: Water Control Structures Pond 2A to Pond 3 (846 k)
    • Figure 6-6: Water Control Structures Ponds 3 to 4 and Ponds 4 to 5 (1.2 MB)
    • Figure 6-7: Water Control Structures Pond 6, 6A, and 5 (768 k)
    • Figure 6-8: Water Control Structures Pond 8 to Ponds 7 and 7A (848 k)
    • Figures 6-9 to 6-20 (1.1 MB)
      • Figure 6-9: Moving Average for Measurements Taken Over the Calibration Period
      • Figure 6-10: Moving Average of Measurements during Calibration Period
      • Figure 6-11: Moving Average for Measurements Taken Over the Calibration Period
      • Figure 6-12: Moving Average for Measurements During Validation Period
      • Figure 6-13: Difference in Mean Water Level at M5 and MIC
      • Figure 6-14: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at Dutch
      • Figure 6-15: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at Dutch for Selected 14-day Period
      • Figure 6-16: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at Dutch
      • Figure 6-17: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at Hude
      • Figure 6-18: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at MIC
      • Figure 6-19: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at Pipe
      • Figure 6-20: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at SOCR
    • Figures 6-21 to 6-30 (964 k)
      • Figure 6-21: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at TNS
      • Figure 6-22: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at China
      • Figure 6-23: MIKE 11 Validation: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at China
      • Figure 6-24: MIKE 11 Validation: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at Dutch
      • Figure 6-25: MIKE 11 Validation: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at Hude
      • Figure 6-26: MIKE 11 Validation: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at MIC
      • Figure 6-27: MIKE 11 Validation: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at Pipe
      • Figure 6-28: MIKE 11 Validation: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at SOCR
      • Figure 6-29: MIKE 11 Validation: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Water Level at TNS
      • Figure 6-30: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at China for Selected 14-day Period
    • Figures 3-1 to 6-40 (1.2 MB)
      • Figure 6-31: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at SOCR for Selected 14-day Period
      • Figure 6-32: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at Pipe for Selected 14-day Period
      • Figure 6-33: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at MIC for Selected 14-day Period
      • Figure 6-34: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at Hude for Selected 14-day Period
      • Figure 6-35: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at Dutch for Selected 14-day Period
      • Figure 6-36: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at China for Selected 14-day Period
      • Figure 6-37: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at SOCR for Selected 14-day Period
      • Figure 6-38: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at Pipe for Selected 14-day Period
      • Figure 6-39: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at MIC for Selected 14-day Period
      • Figure 6-40: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at TNS for Selected 14-day Period
    • Figures 6-41 to 6-50 (939 k)
      • Figure 6-41: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Water Level at Dutch for Selected 14-day Period
      • Figure 6-42: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at China
      • Figure 6-43: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at SOCR
      • Figure 6-44: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at Pipe
      • Figure 6-45: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at MIC
      • Figure 6-46: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at Hude
      • Figure 6-47: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at Dutch
      • Figure 6-48: MIKE 11 Calibration: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at TNS
      • Figure 6-49: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at China
      • Figure 6-50: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at SOCR
    • Figures 6-51 to 6-60 (886 k)
      • Figure 6-51: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at Pipe
      • Figure 6-52: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at MIC
      • Figure 6-53: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at Hude
      • Figure 6-54: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at Dutch
      • Figure 6-55: MIKE 11 Validation: Scatter Plots Simulated and Measured Extreme Water Level at TNS
      • Figure 6-56: Close Up of Water Level at SOCR
      • Figure 6-57: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Velocity at China and SS
      • Figure 6-58: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Velocity at Hude and Pipe
      • Figure 6-59: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Velocity at Napa and SNS
      • Figure 6-60: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Velocity at SOCR
    • Figures 6-61 to 6-70 (965 k)
      • Figure 6-61: MIKE 11 Validation: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Velocity at Buchli and Pipe
      • Figure 6-62: MIKE 11 Validation: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Velocity at Can
      • Figure 6-63: MIKE 11 Calibration: Observed Surface and Bottom Salinities at Station M5
      • Figure 6-64: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Salinity at Can and China
      • Figure 6-65: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Salinity at Hude and M14
      • Figure 6-66: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Salinity at MIC and Pipe
      • Figure 6-67: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Salinity at MIC
      • Figure 6-68: MIKE 11 Calibration: Time Series of Simulated and Measured Salinity at M14
      • Figure 6-69: Scatter Plots of Simulated and Measured Peak Salinity at CAN
      • Figure 6-70: Scatter Plots of Simulated and Measured Peak Salinity at China
    • Figures 6-71 to 6-80 (985 k)
      • Figure 6-71: Scatter Plots of Simulated and Measured Peak Salinity at Hude
      • Figure 6-72: Scatter Plots of Simulated and Measured Peak Salinity at M14
      • Figure 6-73: Scatter Plots of Simulated and Measured Peak Salinity at MIC
      • Figure 6-74: Scatter Plots of Simulated and Measured Peak Salinity at Pipe
      • Figure 6-75: Mare Island Strait Sediment Settling Velocity
      • Figure 6-76: South Slough at PIPE
      • Figure 6-77: Napa Slough at CAN
      • Figure 6-78: China Slough at CHINA
      • Figure 6-79: Napa River at M14
      • Figure 6-80: Napa River at MIC
    • Figures 6-81 to 6-96 (1.5MB)
      • Figure 6-81 Sonoma Creek at SOCR
      • Figure 6-82 South Slough at PIPE
      • Figure 6-83 Napa Slough at CAN
      • Figure 6-84 China Slough at CHINA
      • Figure 6-85 Napa River at M14
      • Figure 6-86 Napa River at MIC
      • Figure 6-87 Sonoma Creek at SOCR
      • Figure 6-88 Validation of 2-Dimensional Pond Model – Salinity Pond 1
      • Figure 6-89 Validation of 2-Dimensional Pond Model – Salinity Pond 2
      • Figure 6-90 Validation of 2-Dimensional Pond Model – Salinity Pond 2A
      • Figure 6-91 Validation of 2-Dimensional Pond Model – Salinity Pond 3
      • Figure 6-92 Validation of 2-Dimensional Pond Model – Water Surface Elevation – Pond 3
      • Figure 6-93 Bathymetry of the Napa-Sonoma Salt Ponds
      • Figure 6-94 MIKE 11/21 Simulation of Flow Pattern Generated by Pump/Donut/Siphon Structure Between Ponds 1/1A and Pond 2
      • Figure 6-95 Illustration of Mixing Through the Siphon Connecting Ponds 3 and 4 (Hydrodynamics)
      • Figure 6-96 Illustration of Mixing Through the Siphon Connecting Ponds 3 and 4

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    Chapter 7 Figures

    • Figures 7-1 to 7-10 (77 k)
      • Figure 7-1: Napa River Water Level Sensitivity To Change In Water Level Boundary Condition
      • Figure 7-2: Sonoma Creek Water Level Sensitivity To Change In Water Level Boundary Condition
      • Figure 7-3: Average Error At Measurement Stations As A Function Of Shift At M5
      • Figure 7-4:Linear Regression Intersect As A Function Of Shift At M5 For The Interior Measurement Stations
      • Figure 7-5: Average Error At Measurement Stations As A Function Of Shift At Pablo
      • Figure 7-6: Linear Regression Intersect As A Function Of Shift At Pablo For The Interior Measurement Stations
      • Figure 7-7: Scatter Plots Simulated And Measured Extreme Water Level At China With Shift Applied At M5
      • Figure 7-8: Scatter Plots Simulated And Measured Extreme Water Level At SOCR With Shift Applied At M5
      • Figure 7-9: Scatter Plots Simulated And Measured Extreme Water Levels At Pipe With Shift Applied At M5
      • Figure 7-10: Scatter Plots Simulated And Measured Extreme Water Level At MIC With Shift Applied At M5
    • Figures 7-11 to 7-20 (70 k)
      • Figure 7-11: Scatter Plots Simulated And Measured Extreme Water Level At Hude With Shift Applied At M5
      • Figure 7-12: Scatter Plots Simulated And Measured Extreme Water Level At Dutch With Shift Applied At M5
      • Figure 7-13: Scatter Plots Simulated And Measured Extreme Water Level At TNS With Shift Applied At M5
      • Figure 7-14: Sonoma Creek Water Level Sensitivity To Discharge Boundary Condition
      • Figure 7-15: Sonoma Creek Velocity Sensitivity To Discharge Boundary Condition
      • Figure 7-16: Napa River water level sensitivity to change in inflow boundary condition (Napa inflow sensi)
      • Figure 7-17: Third Napa Slough Velocity Sensitivity To Discharge Boundary Condition
      • Figure 7-18: Pond 2A Inflow Under Changed Tidal Prism
      • Figure 7-19: Average Water Level Error At Station Locations As A Function Of Varying Manning’s N
      • Figure 7-20: Mean Water Level At Station Locations As A Function Of Varying Manning’s N
    • Figures 7-21 to 7-26 (357 k)
      • Figure 7-21: Illustration Of The Significance Of The Dispersion Coefficient D
      • Figure 7-22: Salinity Sensitivity To Dispersion Coefficient
      • Figure 7-23: Salinity Sensitivity To Dispersion Coefficient
      • Figure 7-24: Bed Shear Stress Versus Erosion Rate
      • Figure 7-25: MIKE 21: Iso-Surface Of Velocity For 10x10m And 15x15m Grid Of Pond 2A
      • Figure 7-26: MIKE 21: Iso-Surface Of Velocity For 25x25m Grid Of Pond 2A

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    Chapter 8 Figures

    • Figures 8-1 to 8-10 (612 k)
      • Figure 8-1: Comparison of Flows in Napa River and through Breach in Pond 4
      • Figure 8-2: Comparison of Flows in Napa River and through Breach in Pond 4
      • Figure 8-3: Salinity Post Pond 4 Breach: 6 Hours Later
      • Figure 8-4: Salinity Post Pond 4 Breach: 3 Days Later
      • Figure 8-5: Salinity Post Pond 4 Breach: 1 Week Later
      • Figure 8-6: Salinity Post Pond 4 Breach: 1 Month Later
      • Figure 8-7: Napa River and Pond Salinity Post Pond 4 Breach
      • Figure 8-8: Napa River Salinity Post Pond 4 Breach
      • Figure 8-9: Pond 4 Levee Breach – Salinity Profile in Napa River
      • Figure 8-10: Pond 4 Levee Breach – Salinity Profile in Napa River
    • Figures 8-11 to 8-23 (538 k)
      • Figure 8-11: Existing Conditions: Non-Operation Scenario, Ponds 1-8
      • Figure 8-12: SWE – Summer – Ponds 2 and 3
      • Figure 8-13: Salinity – Summer – Ponds 2 and 3
      • Figure 8-14: WSE – Winter – Ponds 2 and 3
      • Figure 8-15: Salinity – Winter – Ponds 2 and 3
      • Figure 8-16: WSE – Summer – Ponds 4 and 5
      • Figure 8-17: Salinity – summer – Ponds 4 and 5
      • Figure 8-18: WSE – Winter – Ponds 4 and 5
      • Figure 8-19: Salinity – Winter – Ponds 4 and 5
      • Figure 8-20: Salinity – Summer – Ponds 6 and 6A
      • Figure 8-21: WSE – Summer – Ponds 6 and 6A
      • Figure 8-22: Salinity – Winter – Ponds 6 and 6A
      • Figure 8-23: WSE – Winter – Ponds 6 and 6A

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    Chapter 9 Figures

    • Figures 9-1 to 9-5 (425 k)
      • Figure 9-1: Hydraulic Geometry Relations
      • Figure 9-2: Marsh Area vs. Potential Diurnal Tidal Prism
      • Figure 9-3: Hypsometric curves
      • Figure 9-4: Dutchman Slough
      • Figure 9-5: South Slough
    • Figure 9-6: Hydraulic Geometry Relations (1.4 MB)

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